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Passover

Curaçao–Style Haroset (Garosa)

Recipe by Wendy Nevett Bazil

Curaçao–Style <em>Haroset</em> (<em>Garosa</em>)

Recipe contributed by Melanie Moreno, adapted from Recipes from the Jewish Kitchens of Curaçao, Recipes Compiled by the Sisterhood of Mikvé Israel – Emanuel. This recipe is unique to the island of Curaçao, where Jews have resided since the 17th century. Melanie and René Moreno, and their now-grown children, Ilana and Alex, make this version

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Passover Popover Rolls

Recipe by Bonnie Benwick

Passover Popover Rolls

Matzah meal, which is just the bread of affliction finely ground, has seldom been put to better use than in this recipe created by California cooking instructor Linda Capeloto Sendowski. Easy to make, her popover rolls are the answer to the sandwich cravings that can appear mid-Passover week. They work wonderfully well for sopping up

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Passover Carrot-Apple Pudding

Recipe by Nava Atlas

Passover Carrot-Apple Pudding

This sweet side dish of spiced carrots and apples brightens the Passover dinner plate. Baked until crusty, it’s also yummy enough to be an everyday dessert with a dollop of coconut yogurt. Photo by Evan Atlas.

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Festive Chocolate-Coconut Cake

Recipe by Carine Goren

Festive Chocolate-Coconut Cake

Forget dry and dense Pesach cakes! With a baked (and moist!) coconut base, a rich (and fast) chocolate mousse filling and a sweet whipped cream frosting, this cake will really make Passover a happy holiday. For a pareve version (great as a dessert after the seder), substitute the butter with margarine and the dairy whipping

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Cheesy Matzah Brei Kugel

Recipe by Ilyse Fishman Lerner

Cheesy Matzah <em>Brei</em> Kugel

Real talk: Passover is a tough one for me. Don’t get me wrong—it’s a beautiful holiday filled with tradition, family and a reminder of just how lucky we are. It’s just that I’m constantly, insatiably, ferociously hungry. For eight days straight. After all, I named my business after a carb. I created this matzah brei

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Chicken Tinga

Recipe by Alexis Samayoa

Chicken Tinga

Why settle for boring old turkey on matzah when you can have spicy Mexican chicken? If your family eats kitniyot, you can enjoy it over crispy corn tortillas; otherwise, it’s just as delicious plain, scooped onto matzah or with quinoa.

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